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Science of the Mind Message Board › more on free will

more on free will

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Jason
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Seattle, WA
Post #: 65

Here is a talk by Itzhak Fried from the 2011 Allen Institute for Brain Science Symposium on Neurons as will and representation: Recordings from the human brain

Also, here is the paper by Fried et al that first described electrical stimulation eliciting the urge to make particular movements: Functional organization of human supplementary motor cortex studied by electrical stimulation

A more recent paper by Fried et al is Internally generated preactivation of single neurons in human medial frontal cortex predicts volition.
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